Definitions for "UCL "
Upper control limit. A value, represented by a line on a control chart, that specifies the upper limit of the results of common cause variation. Data points that fall above this value provide signals of special causes. (See also Lower control limit.)
Upper Control Limit. In a process control chart, the upper limit beyond which the process is considered out of control. Upper and lower control limits are set to clearly identify when something has gone wrong with the process.
Upper confidence level
Universal Communications Language
University of Central London
University of California Los Angeles
UCL is a portable lossless data compression library written in ANSI C. Both the source code and the compressed data format are designed to be portable across platforms. UCL supports in-place decompression. It implements a number of compression algorithms that achieve an excellent compression ratio while allowing very fast decompression. Decompression requires no additional memory.
UCL is a Collection of in C++ programmed Classes, like mathematic function handling classes or some making you able to do physical calculations. Most of them are from science.